Infrared and Corporate Photography in Edinburgh and Beyond
I good week, with a corporate headshot photography commission in Edinburgh and a lot of infrared photoshoots. This was one of my best weeks for infrared photography, with two of my photos being featured by the two main international infrared groups, although both photos were taken from the same location at Aberlady Bay in East Lothian, they were from different days, which goes to show the benefit of returning to the location to perfect the image. Also the photos chosen did not depict the main attraction, the bridge at Aberlady, which emphasises the benefit of just looking around you, away from the crowds ie to do the opposite of everyone else. The week ahead will be busy, with a food photoshoot on Thursday in Fife and some sports photography just outside Edinburgh at East Fortune. I will also be doing infrared photography, with a view to holding an infrared photography exhibition in Edinburgh soon and finally, I have a conference photography commission in Edinburgh.
So until next time, remember don't neglect your camera for the world cup.
Colin Wright Photography
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